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Decisions published

08/03/2018 - Ravenshead Cricket Club Funday ref: 689    Recommendations Approved

To give permission for Ravenshead Cricket Club to use Burntstump Country Park to run their Funday on Sunday 1st July 2018 from 10:30am until 14:30pm

Decision Maker: Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Finance

Decision published: 08/03/2018

Effective from: 08/03/2018

Decision:

That the event be allowed to go ahead at Burntstump Country Park on the date and time as above (estimated attendance 150).
This decision is dependent on correct insurance and the issue of a user licence agreement indemnifying Gedling Borough Council in the event of any accidents for any activities held on the park.

Lead officer: Jane Richardson


08/03/2018 - Sale of the upper car park and associated land at Burntstump Country Park and the making of a new Off Street Parking Places Order ref: 685    Recommendations Approved

To seek approval to sell the land at Burntstump Country Park, Arnold shown edged red in the plan at Appendix 1 (“the Land”) subject to the right for members of the public to be able to use the upper car park area shown coloured yellow in the plan at Appendix 1 (“the Car Park”) at weekends and Bank Holidays during the period between April to September in each year and subject to the Car Park being removed from the current Off Street Parking Places Order.
To seek approval to sell the Land, without selling through the tender process as defined in Standing Orders for Dealings with Land, to the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Nottinghamshire (“the Purchaser”) for £98,500.
To seek approval to remove the Car Park, which comprises of 49 car parking spaces, from the current Off Street Parking Places Order (“Parking Order”).

Decision Maker: Leader of the Council

Decision published: 08/03/2018

Effective from: 08/03/2018

Decision:

THAT:
(a) approval is given to sell the Land direct to the Purchaser, for £98,500 without using the tender process as defined in the Standing Orders for Dealings with Land, subject to Park visitors being able to use the Car Park during the Increased Demand Period and subject to the removal of the Car Park from the Parking Order
(b)the Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Finance in consultation with the Director of Organisational Development and Democratic Services be authorised to negotiate and approve the heads of terms for the sale of the Land and the legal agreement for the management of the Car Park during the Increased Demand Period in accordance with the proposals set out in this report.
(c) the Car Park is removed from the Parking Order and that the Parking Order is modernised to allow for the introduction of parking bays for electric vehicles and that, if approved, these amendments are made at the same time as those proposed in relation to Calverton and Carlton (see Appendix 3 and Appendix 4) and a new Parking Order is made to reflect this but is otherwise on the same terms as the existing order, namely the Gedling Borough Council (Civil Enforcement Off-Street Parking Places) Order 2014 which will be revoked by the new Order
(d) the Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Finance in conjunction with the Director of Organisational Development and Democratic Services is authorised to take all necessary steps to revoke the existing Parking Order and bring into effect the new Parking Order in accordance with the proposals set out in the report, including consideration of objections received pursuant to the statutory consultation and any necessary decisions pursuant to the applicable regulations.

Lead officer: Katie Walters


06/03/2018 - National Non-Domestic Rates | Local Discretionary Relief | Year 2 ref: 686    Recommendations Approved

To seek approval for the Council’s guidance for determining an application for local discretionary relief (year 2) (2018/19).

Decision Maker: Portfolio Holder for Resources and Reputation

Decision published: 06/03/2018

Effective from: 06/03/2018

Decision:

THAT:
the Council’s guidance for determining an application for local discretionary relief (year 2) at Appendix 1 is approved.

Lead officer: Andrew Solley


02/03/2018 - Housing Assistance (discretionary Warm Homes on Prescription) Grant ref: 676    Recommendations Approved

To authorise the approval of a discretionary Housing Assistance Grant to an elderly gentleman whose household income exceeds £16,000.

Decision Maker: Portfolio Holder for Public Protection

Decision published: 02/03/2018

Effective from: 02/03/2018

Decision:

Due to the circumstances of the case, the Portfolio Holder is recommended to authorise the award of a Housing Assistance Grant to pay for the cost of installing a new boiler heating system.

Lead officer: Sam Palmer


02/03/2018 - Public Protection Fees and Charges 2018/19 ref: 679    Recommendations Approved

The report details a revised set of Fees and Charges for Public Protection, and seeks approval for their introduction from 1st April 2018.

Decision Maker: Portfolio Holder for Community Development

Decision published: 02/03/2018

Effective from: 02/03/2018

Decision:

a)To approve the revised Fees and Charges for 2018/19 as detailed in Appendix A
b)To agree for the price revisions to be introduced from April 1st 2018.

Lead officer: Andy Callingham


28/02/2018 - Leisure Centre Fees and Charges (2018-19) ref: 680    Recommendations Approved

The report outlines the 2018-19 fees and charges for Leisure Centres and seeks approval for their introduction from 1st April 2018.

Decision Maker: Portfolio Holder for Housing, Health and Wellbeing

Decision published: 28/02/2018

Effective from: 28/02/2018

Decision:

Approval is given for the fees and charges for Leisure Centres (2018-19) as detailed in Appendix B to be introduced from 1st April 2018.

Lead officer: Kate Morris


 


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